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University,' Bollinger said. "First it was
the regents. I've been working closely
with the regents, meeting with each of
Regent Andrea Fischer Newman (R-
Ann Arbor) said she has met with
Bollinger twice already. For only two
weeks on the job, she said she has no
"What he's done is talk," Newman
said. "He is definitely in charge. He is
definitely president of the University.
He has an incredible memory for detail.
He is extremely organized. When he is
speaking to you, he knows the issues.'
Today Bollinger is scheduled to meet
with leaders in the state Legislature. He
said he hopes to continue to build rela-
tionships he has already formed with
Gov. John Engler and state representa-
tives. Last week he traveled to
Washington D.C. to attend a
Bollinger said his relationship with
Engler has been "excellent" during
their three meetings.
"He informed me more or less what
his plans are," Bollinger said. "He's try-
ing to balance very competing needs. I
admire what he is trying to do here. He
is very committed to higher education.'
Chemistry Prof. Thomas Dunn, who
chairs the faculty's governing body,
said Bollinger is still examining the
important topics on campus.
"He still more or less is looking at
the issues," Dunn said. "He hasn't
announced any big plans that I am
aware of.... You don't start with a great
big fanfare. He is just getting out and
meeting people, getting ideas and get-
ting his ideas out."
In a time when health care is chang-
ing nationwide, the University Medical
Center also has begun a process of
restructuring and transforming.
Bollinger said the University Medical
Center is a primary concern.
"I told them that I put the issue of the
Medical Center at the very top of the
list of things I am going to focus on;'
Bollinger said. "I care deeply about the
issues of the Medical Center. The main
goal is to maintain and improve acade-
In September, former interim
President Homer Neal announced the
creation of a position to oversee func-
tions of the School of Medicine and
University Hospitals. This new posi-
tion, the executive vice president fpr
medical affairs, has yet to be filled.
Bollinger said he has worked closely
with the search committee to outline
the responsiblities of this position.
"Because this is a new position and
it is an extremely powerful one, every..
one is very interested in what will hap'
pen. I have been meeting with thqm
involved," Bollinger said.
Bollinger said he hopes the position-
will be filled by September.=
"I did not want us to act as if we are
in a holding pattern, waiting for the new:
vice president to be found," Bollinger
said. "It is too easy to lose ourselves in
that. I have authorized interim Dean-
Lorris Betz to really act as he sees nec-
essary for preserving academic quali-
Bollinger said he is always talking
and listening to people.
"I met with all of the deans, eachof
the vice presidents and officers -indi-
vidually and together' -Bollinger said.
"As soon as possible I need to indicate
which directions I want these officeto
Bollinger said he has played host to t
handful of faculty dinners at his rest-
He has also met with the chancellcws
of the Flint and Dearborn campuses
and a group of students in the Women
in Science and Engineering residence
MSA President Fiona Rose said she.-
has discussed many concerns with
"We discussed a number of issues
involving students and student fee4'
Rose said. "We talked about the cost of
education, equal opportunity for
women and minorities and the quality
of undergraduate education. It was A
very comprehensive discussion.
"He is sympathetic to our needs- as
far as cost is concerned," Rose contin-
ued. "I am confident he will remain
mindful of this and put more money
towards financial aid."
One student said he doesn't see any-
thing different about the Unversity
"I haven't noticed a change in any-
thing in the last few weeks," said LSA
first-year student Jason Fletcher. "bam
sure there are administrative decisions
he has impact on. As far as the average
students are concerned, I don't think (ho
has that much impact)?'
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number of people on welfare rolls, it
cannot be depended on in the long run.
"Can we take the health of the econ-
omy for granted?" asked M. Gasby
Greely, vice president for communica-
tions of the National Urban League.
"We know that's a slippery slope'
Greely also said that while the unem-
ployment rate is decreasing, "more and
more low-wage jobs offer little or no
Kevin Fobbs, a board member of the
Wayne County Family Independence
Agency and columnist for The Detroit
,News, said setting work standards and
time limits for welfare recipients is
"A lot of families who are on welfare
need some kind of empowerment;'
Mickey Kaus, a writer and centribut-
ing editor for The New Republic,
agreed that legislation will help end
"It started the process by which we
will confront and finally solve ghetto
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However, some said the bill will be
harmful to women. Rita Henley Jensen,
a columnist for The Chicago Tribune;
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"I know one of the implicalions of
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forced to stay in abusive relationships,"
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